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Tampering charges against the slaughter of the victim’s brother threw

WAVERLY, Ohio – A judge in Ohio has dismissed evidence of sabotage and vandalism against the brother of one of the eight victims of an unsolved massacre.

The prosecutors asked for the dismissal Monday so they can take the case to a grand jury and to keep additional evidence of the court.

The costs accused James Manley, of Peebles, from the destroy of a GPS tracking device.

Researchers are trying to figure out the slaughter is placed on the device at Manley’s truck last month.

Manley in the past week. He was not the name of a suspect in the murder.

His lawyer thinks that the researchers are trying to pressure Manley and wants to know what evidence prosecutors have.

Manley’s sister was among the eight members of the Rhoden family shot in the near Piketon in April 2016. No arrests have been made in the massacre.

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